Confederate Veterans Statue Outside Parker County Courthouse Staying Put For NowCounty Commissioners were set to accept a request Monday morning from a local chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy to give them the statue back.
District Votes To Change Richland High School Rebel MascotThe Birdville ISD board of trustees has voted to change the Rebel mascot at Richland High School.
Parker County's Confederate Veterans Statue Could Be Moving SoonThe United Daughters of the Confederacy are expected to send a letter requesting the statue be taken down and returned to them for safekeeping.
UT President To Meet With Student Groups On Athletes' Demands To Ditch 'The Eyes Of Texas'The athletes said last week they won’t help the school recruit future athletes and won't participate in alumni events as they typically do.
Nearly Century-Old Confederate Veterans Monument Under New Scrutiny In Parker CountyOn the east side of Parker County’s historic courthouse sits a stone monument to veterans who fought under the Confederate flag.
US Senate Committee Moves To Remove Confederate Names From Military AssetsThe Republican-led Senate Armed Services Committee adopted an amendment behind closed doors for the Pentagon to remove the names of Confederate generals from military assets within three years.
City Of Dallas Asks Texas Supreme Court To Allow For Immediate Removal Of Confederate MonumentBehind a fence, covered in tarps sits the last of Dallas' Confederate monuments at Pioneer Cemetery, a block from Dallas City Hall.
Robert E. Lee Statue Removed From Dallas Park Finds New Home On Golf Course Near Big BendAfter being bought at auction in June by Addison attorney Ronald Holmes, it was mounted on the putting green Thursday at Black Jack's Crossing Golf Course.
'Robert E. Lee & The Confederate Soldier' Sculpture Removed From Dallas Park Sells For $1.4MAfter a heated bidding war, a Robert E. Lee statue removed per city council vote from a Dallas park in 2017 now has a new owner.
For Sale: Dallas Leaders Declare Confederate Statue Surplus PropertyDallas leaders have declared a Confederate statue surplus property and offered to sell it for a minimum $450,000 — what it cost to move the bronze artwork from public view.
Billboard Criticizing Dallas' Decision To Remove Confederate Memorial Triggering DebateThe billboard showing a Confederate soldier urinating on an image of the Dallas skyline with the words "I Support Confederate Heritage" is along Highway 175 near the city of Kemp in Kaufman County.
Workers Start Removing Base Where Robert E. Lee Statue Once StoodWorkers are removing the granite base -- or plinth -- where the statue of Robert E Lee was previously installed at Oak Lawn Park.
Texan Sentenced For Trying To Blow Up Confederate StatueA 26-year-old man was sentenced to more than six years in prison for attempting to blow up a Confederate statue last summer at a Houston park.
Texas School To Auction Confederacy Items After Name ChangeSan Antonio district officials are cleaning out mascot costumes, athletic gear, banners and other memorabilia after removing a Confederate reference from a high school's name.
Council Votes To Remove Confederate Leaders' Names From 2 Austin RoadsThe City Council voted Thursday to change the names of Robert E. Lee Road and Jeff Davis Avenue.